I just finished reading Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen.
It took 30, or so, chapters to become interesting and then there were only 30, or so, left to read.
I enjoyed it, for what it was. However, I refuse to belive that people actually talked like the characters in the book speak. Why say only two words when you can say two dozen instead and bury your true intention under useless verbaige?
It's nice that the two words in the title applied to both the main character and her love interest.
In the end, Jane Eyre was better. Read that instead.